Category: Personal Injury

What To Do if You Get in a Car Wreck While in An Uber or Lyft

Posted in Car Accident,Personal Injury on July 12, 2024

Whether you’re a Nashville native or visiting for vacation, there’s a high chance you’re using Uber or other ride-sharing services to safely get around, especially during a night out. While choosing to ride-share is a smart decision to avoid drunk or distracted driving, accidents can still happen. These services require that their drivers undergo background… read more

What to Know About Lawyers Who Cold Call Victims After Accidents

Posted in Personal Injury,Tennessee Accident Law on February 20, 2024

Personal injury lawyers play a critical role in helping individuals who have been injured in accidents seek compensation for their losses. While many personal injury lawyers are ethical and dedicated to their clients, there is a dark side to this industry that involves the unethical approach of some attorneys who aggressively call crash victims in… read more

We Help Injured Boaters Get Compensation After Accidents

Posted in Personal Injury on June 22, 2022

Boating season is in full swing in Middle Tennessee, and the rivers and lakes of the Volunteer State only get more and more crowded between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The combination of crowded waterways, inexperienced boaters, and alcohol means that boat crashes and accidents can and do occur more often than you think. In… read more

Labor Day Weekend Safety Tips

Posted in Car Accident,Personal Injury on September 3, 2021

Labor Day Weekend ranks just behind Memorial Day Weekend for the most dangerous holiday period of the year. On average, there are 308 fatal auto accidents around Labor Day compared to 312 around Memorial Day. Vehicle crashes are only part of the equation, as many people take to the water to enjoy one of the… read more

Memorial Day Weekend Safety Tips

Posted in Car Accident,Personal Injury on May 21, 2021

It’s a holiday many families look forward to all year—Memorial Day Weekend. While our memorial day celebrates will bring nothing but good memories for most of those families, some get-togethers, trips, and vacations can turn to tragedy due to preventable accidents and injuries. At Matt Hardin Law, our Nashville personal injury lawyers work hard to… read more

Electric Scooter Accident? You May Be Eligible for Compensation.

Posted in Personal Injury on March 8, 2019

Nashville is one of many cities throughout the country that offers rentable scooters. The scooters can be rented via smartphone applications, and users are charged a flat fee to start their rides and an additional cost per minute after that. And while the scooters have become popular in Nashville, especially for tourists or people looking… read more

Matt Hardin Named President-Elect of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association

Posted in Personal Injury on June 28, 2018

We’re excited to announce that Matt Hardin, owner and founder of Matt Hardin Law, was recently named the President-Elect of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association (TTLA) at the group’s annual convention in Memphis, Tennessee. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, the TTLA is comprised of trial attorneys from West, Middle, and East Tennessee. Three attorneys are chosen… read more

Texas Floods Bring Back Memories of 2010 for Nashvillians

Posted in Personal Injury,Tennessee Accident Law on August 30, 2017

Several cities throughout Texas, including Houston—which is the 4th most-populated city in the country—are heavily flooded after getting significant rainfall due to Hurricane Harvey over the weekend. The images that have been released that show parts of Houston completely underwater are bringing back memories of the 2010 flood that devastated Nashville for many residents. Per… read more

Parents Upset Over Lack of School Crossing Guards in East Nashville

Posted in Pedestrian Accident,Personal Injury on August 25, 2017

Parents of children who attend East Nashville Magnet High School are frustrated with the lack of a crossing guard outside of the school, and they say that too many drivers passing through the area are speeding and not paying attention. Per a report by WKRN.com, parents say that Gallatin Avenue in front of the school… read more

Cyclists Ride in Support of Bicyclist Injured in Natchez Trace Hit-and-Run

Posted in Bicycle Accident,Personal Injury on July 26, 2017

Around 50 bicyclists on Thursday took part in a ride of support for the man who was struck by a vehicle while riding on the Natchez Trace Parkway in Franklin recently. Per a report by WKRN.com, the cyclists met up at Franklin High School on Thursday afternoon and road to the city’s courthouse to raise… read more